Proposal: Ignore sub-minor version components in package id
mail at joachim-breitner.de
Mon Oct 3 23:32:50 CEST 2011
Am Montag, den 03.10.2011, 22:52 +1100 schrieb Ivan Lazar Miljenovic:
> > I am only talking about the packages as registered with ghc-pkg, not the
> > packages as specified by .cabal. In distribution-lingo, the former are
> > binary packages and the latter are source packages.
> Would this not make it harder to determine which exact version of a
> package you have installed? I believe cabal-install uses ghc-pkg to
> know which versions are installed, so how would it know whether you
> have the latest bug-fix release installed?
no, that would also not be the case.
Have a look at "ghc-pkg describe network". You see that it keeps track
of the version in a field of its own. I am only talking about the id
that appears in the "id" and "depends" fields.
Joachim "nomeata" Breitner
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